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  1. Sounds like something i need to try out! I will give it a shot once i have time to spare! Thank you for your help though, It's much appreciated!
  2. Sorry for the late answer, I have Finals at the moment so spare time is scarce. Okay so I've tested with Joystick + Pedals and Joystick + Throttle. This essentially changes nothing, except the third input device isn't there, which it shouldn't be, so that makes sense. However the output_log.txt simply shows #0 input devices just as before. I've tried all possible combinations but it changes nothing. Now KSP seems unable to bind any part at all, It doesn't make a difference what physical axes i try to bind to a in game part. This doesn't change anything either. I've tried to delete the drivers a couple of times, but it doesn't seem to make any difference, the drivers are available in a 64bit version and was last updated a couple of weeks ago, so it should be up to date. Further more it is listed as made for Windows 10 so this should not be a problem either. I've written a issue report, and we'll se what that does sometime in the future. Unfortunately this does not seem fixable, but i will keep trying once i have a bit more spare time.
  3. Hello, thank you for responding I'm running Windows 10 Pro 64bit, and playing KSP through Steam. It's version, Build ID = 016222016.12.06 It's a clean install with no mods. Output log is here: (https://pastebin.com/Ur3Lw6s7) Settings CFG file is here (https://pastebin.com/pJJtqmLj) I'm from Denmark, so a small part of the DXDiag is in Danish, I'll translate anything if needed, just say the word! Anyways It's here (https://pastebin.com/V9iDM6fq) My system Specifications (Don't know if they're relevant, but the support site said so) Asus X99 Strix, Intel I7-6850k, 2x Asus Strix gtx1080, 32gb Corsair Vengeance DDR4, Samsung 950Pro 256GB, HyperX Savage 480gb, the rest is pointless to mention I've tried launching KSP without steam or anything else for that matter, and this does not relive the problem, neither does unplugging and then plugging the USB cable back in (while KSP is running), so those possibilities can be ruled out! Thank you for helping!
  4. Yesterday i played KSP using my ancient Logitech attack 3 and had a blast. Today i tried to do the same with my Logitech G940, but without succes. It seems that KSP registers the axis inputs, but doesn't actually bind it. When the window pops up telling me that i should move the axis i want to apply, it registers my joystick fine, but after pressing accept, it doesn't actually apply this binding. It's a bit hard to explain, so the video shows my problem. Thank you in advance